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From writer/director Michael Goi comes this unblinking depiction of internet predators and child abduction as seen through the eyes of two North Hollywood teens. Their language is blunt. Their behavior is shocking. And their fate is absolutely horrific. Amber Perkins, Rachel Quinn and Dean Waite star in this disturbing and often explicit drama about a real-life world of risks and danger that every teen must know...and no parent can afford to miss.
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This movie is not excessively gory like the Hills Have Eyes or any other slasher on the market, it's not even as gory as Paranormal Activity and it's not overly profane like Reservoir Dogs or even Shrek, there's no nudity and there's no visualization of any dismemberment or otherwise. But this movie truly hits a nerve as you watch it, not because of any unnecessary violence or even the rape scene itself. For some reason watching it happen to a 21 year old on the big screen can be art and brilliance, but watching it happen to a 13 year old...I don't know, they may only show the face but the expression on her face..., but it gets you and hits you hard in your bodies deepest, most primal instincts of protecting those you care for. The characters are well done enough that they seem real to you as you watch the movie, even if the antics of Megan's friends are way over the top of any barely teenage girl I've ever met. Watching it, I know they created girl's characters to fit two completely different social extremes to show that these same circumstances can happen to anyone and everyone, whether you're the popular, smart student, the class slut, the good-one, or even the misfit. (They may be only two characters but they had four personalities). I think the worst part about the whole experience is you KNOW some similar circumstances have happened before on a daily basis and they'll probably happen again, and again, and again, and again. For these reasons listed above I would give the movie 5-stars.Read more ›
This movie was a bit like a snuff film, but I can see it serving its purpose by showing younger teens that same real bad people can contact you through social media. It reminded me of drivers education class in the early 80s where they show you movies of horrific car accidents and how not wearing your seat belt didn't end well. It can also be a wake up call for parents who might not be well versed with some aspects of social media.
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This is horrible. some of the images are very disturbing! I could not finish it!Published 3 months ago by T.
As the parent of a teen child, and one who babysits often, teenagers have no idea of the dangers of social media. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Vahoneybee
All teens should watch this. Terrifying consequences to risky behaviors!!Published 4 months ago by Robin cox
This movie was terrifying. There was no gore, scare tactics or supernatural.
It was terrifying because this story could unfold on any given day. Read more
Annoying Blair witch style video. I could only stand about 10 minutes of watching until I shut it off. Waste of money.Published 5 months ago by mike
Thought this would be a good movie to teach or teens bout the dangers of internet, but it was way to detailed in adult things that we couldn't even make it past the first 15... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alicia Jordan
Ugh. Not a single good word to say about this one. I've seen hundreds of found footage films, and mockumentaries, and this one was just...disgusting. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dr. Tom's Reviews